Business owner arrested for illegal steroids sales - KLFY News 10

Business owner arrested for illegal steroids sales

JENNINGS, La. (AP) - Authorities say the owner of a nutrition, coffee and juice bar in Jennings has been arrested for allegedly making illegal steroid sales at the business.
    
The American Press reports 34-year-old Shannon Michael Guillory, of Lake Arthur, was booked Tuesday with three counts of distribution of a counterfeit drug and distribution of anabolic steroids.
    
Police say Guillory was arrested without incident after authorities execute a search warrant at his Rival Nutrition store.
    
Deputy Police Chief Danny Semmes says the arrest followed a six-month investigation in which police received information from the public that Guillory was allegedly selling steroids from the business.
    
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Information from: American Press, http://www.americanpress.com
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